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Community members, councillors and the preschool community past and present turned out to celebrate Bayles Preschool’s 50th birthday at the weekend.
The rural preschool celebrated 50 years of service to the community on Sunday.
Bayles Preschool opened in 1967 to fulfil a need for a preschool in the area.
It is still going strong today with 35 families enrolled.
Attendees described the day as a “great celebration” which attracted both past and current students with parents.
Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen and councillor Graeme Moore also attended the celebration, along with many local families.

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